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Athens Post (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Athens, TennesseeBy Sam. P. , tenn., Friday november 10, 1854. Vol . 320. Briix Fost u Ezry lit % 2 per your a a lbs a u4 it if it a a cd ,.mlnkrtfd, will until Furbin and a dug -��s.� of candidate for office 5, u Ork. Eucha. Pampli Loti minute., circular to a rdllbi.nk., Handbill. O., jul to in Kook a Rulo Mitil Ltd a refit unable term. Obituary notice Orer is line., charged at the regular a pm mme did cd Tion. Intended to promote the Pirato end. 0rnlere.t. corporation Su-letie., to Chou or indirldual., will be charged a. Advert ement. All letter. .ddre.�. D to the proprietor paid will a Al a Quot of it it .1. The name of four ill vent a Uby Crick to. Will a engulf a t4& a of lib copy couiniuiilcatlo.1 Una. by a a , next door to the old Jack ton hotel. _ in Lle Post. At11i>s Luisa a nov. 10, 183k the Elict ios in is As an Chican a Kepi h delivered by Jive Rizor in Ullock at his residence in Mil ton county to the citizens of the surrounding neighbor food on the evening utter the election to used this Iii fungo according to the Muncy Luini Nidiry. In my King this proper and timely announce Nicot the Tio Vernor elect has very justly rebuked the course of a Largo portion of the a a whig press of that state who Are coolly claiming the recent overthrow of the a a democracy us their own party Victory lie wished it to he remembered that although he was and had been identified with the whig party yet he did not Eluvin his election As a a whig Victory nor did his whig friends deem it Sueh but that it was emphatically n Victory of the people Over the advocates of principles which they could not Sanction or support. To nil alike whigs and democrats the Victory was to to ascribed us thu result of their own hands. _ Buffalo oct. 28.�?All Accident on the great Western flair Ovid Ali Rouglin thu bursting of the Cylinder head of the engine which threw the train out of time. Alter a delay of two hours it proceeded and near Chatham in a dense fog came in collision with the gravel train locomotive express overturning and crushing first and is Corid class cars killing or a Vii ending nearly every person in thu second class car in ail 25 men Ami 20 women and ii children 21 men and 20 women severely injured one half probably fatal. They Weru mainly emigrants. Caler accounts state that forty eight per a on killed and two of the wounded have since died. _ know nothings at expositor says of the recent municipal election at that place a in accordance with a provision made by the lust Iasigi Scuturo of Tennessee an election was held in the dilute rent wards i this place for municipal officers on saturday last. Tho american or know nothing ticket prevailed ill every Ward hut one by Lian sumo majorities. The now Board is composed of gentlemen of excellent capacity moral Worth and standing and we venture to say a better selection could not have been made. Second very extraordinary incident connected with the loss of Tho Arctic and which is not generally known is thus related by a now York correspondent of Tho Charleston news a a a Young gentleman lately residing in this Eity fell through a hate Liway in his father s store some Lime summer and was severely injured one Side of his body he cum Iii completely , and after a while to entirely lost Tho faculty of speech. In this position lie remained until the 27th ult., about the time of Tho no eident to the Arelie on Hoard Vav Lizeh Steamer it was known that the Young Many a father was a passenger when he suddenly started up in his Bud and exclaimed to Trio Surprise of All preset it a my father is drowning a fell Hack upon his ii Illow and died. It was the first time he had spoken Lor months it was lilo last it is also reported that n Day or two before Tho news of the Aretie s disaster readied new York an individual in a High slate of Xci lenient rns lied into thu Fulico of or. E. K. Collins that Tho Arctic had sunk and Only thirty lives were saved. He was treated Asan Insano Persun and left the Mollico. Whilo Tho know nothing convention was recently in secret session in Boston in a Church a reporter return lined to know Soi netling concealed himself it a kind of font or tank used for the know nothings knowing him to be there turned the Stop cock and let in Tho water. To Heel thu Wiser and better than before but it dont appear that to was in. A hurry to inform Tho Public of the secret he had Learned. It leaked out through some other Channel. _ counterfeit Quarter Engles which no Nii isl defy Dew ton Are in circulation in new York. They Are said to be made from n genuine n. Orleans mint die stolen some years since and bears Tho Quot of Quot under Tho talons of the Eagle. In professor Torry assayer at new \ Ork has anal Jud the Coin and limbs that it is made of a casing of pure Gold tilled i with Silver and probable Platina to increase Tho weight. The weight is 00 6.10 grains which is Only four grains Light and the Oas ing of Gold weighs .70 to grains. It in there Foro Worth $1,17 in Gold and 8 cents in Silver or 11,25 in Ravi Iii Lerial besides thu Laboroi making. Tho maker and Iho vender could 1 not therefore Realise Moro than $1 each i which would seem to to a Small Profil except that the counterfeit is so Well Dune that there is but Little risk of detection. by hogs a near Kenosh wis., last week a Man was literally devoured by hogs while lying in n state of Bently into i i cation. Ilii Bouchand n few of clothing Only were found j a Irr he papers of in Nneola fla., Are earnestly adv ceiling the in notation of penal Rola to the of Alabama it is probable the Florida i leg Slature at its coming session will be called non to Lake some action on the a a beet. Arrival of the Steamer Arabia. New York nov. 3.�?the Steamer Arabia arrived to , with Liverpool dates to tie 21st. The sales of Cotton for the week 48.000 Hales exporters took 6000, and speculators 4000 Bales. Orleans fair 6i middling 64 Upland fair 6 middling 54. Tie bombardment of Sevastopol had commenced on thu 13lh, with 200 heavy pieces of artillery. It is stated Mensch Kurt had been partially reinforced. New York nov. 3.�?latest.�? Yie Niia despatch from Bucharest of Tho 16th Annu Uncas that the bombardment of commenced on the 13lh, with 200 piece zif heavy artillery. The City is not expected to hold out More than three or Lour Days. Reports Are again simultaneously at Vienna purls and London Nunno Unciul the fall of Sevastopol. Karge Stock operations were made on the strength of this Rumor hut tie Public Are slow to believe it. Odessa nce olints of Tho 8th that Gort Schakohl was at that place and that mens he Ikuto could not maintain his pus Itin. Bak Sherai Lias sent his army to Sevastopol. A russian corps of 75,006 arc posted near Sevastopol. The opening of great operations is now daily expected. Canrobert has notified the French gov Erin int in it the allies position is impregnable it is defended by 80,000 men and 200 guns and can he held against 200,000 russians. Several arrests have been made in Conse iliac Nice of a correspond ecu found amongst Menshi lofts private papers at the Alma. T to Briti Sli steamers have been ordered into the sea of Tzur to bombard the town of Kerth. A Large portion of Tho French Baltic Fleet has returned to c lie Churg. It is rumoured that Tho danish government will pro Ahly permit thu Engliski Tinct to Winter at Kiel. I he St. Petersburg journal contains a dispatch stating that Tho commissioners of the Western Powers Austria and Turkey had met at to arrange the question of protectorate on thu basis proposed by the austrian Cabinet. The big Lisle Nuti Ozial subscription for the sick and wounded at la has reached 6000 pounds. A regiment of women have organized As nurses and will be immediately sent to Scutari. Tho British steamers Ganges and persian came in collision in the sea of Marmora and were badly damaged. Fir the know nothing Standard published ill new York thus Speaks of the Posi Tiu of the organize Itin in regard to Kahuli Tiunis or a under these circumstances but one course is left. Tho american organization is not a local institutions it extends East West North and South and an entire rep Datum of every thing like Kahuli Lonum was necessary to preserve its integrity and Unity. The inde indent nomination therefore is a guarantee to out Southern friends that whatever the parties of the North May do the patriotism of the masses knows no distinction Between Ortli and South. Whether or. Ull Man and his associates on the american ticket Are to be elected or not we feel Roii Vineeda that the men of acid Prii Teiple attached to the Raineri Waii organization in this state will vote for them and thus exhibit their Complete alienation from nil party Tiff Tho Morrisi Unia n. A journal says that thu Uii Ginny Price paid fur the Laud on which Tho Village of mor Siania is built was $175 per acre. Single lots there Are now Worth $750. Indeed some few lots if fur Sale could find at $1000 each. In 1840 Thuro were but 15 inhabitants Tho number now is Over 6000. Juhn Frai Iklin s expedition it will be remm tiered consisted of two ships the Erebus and Tho terror. The Phil Del Phin inquirer is of of in inti that Tho of All property Biumi thus far belonged to Tho Crew of thu Erebus sir John Franklin and that not in article belonging Tony member of Tho Crew of the terror Captain to Rozier has yet been discovered. It is pro Kible therefore it says that the two ships separated or that either Tho Crew of the terror Are still alive or perished in the sea North of our continent. It should also to observed that the indians in their need not speak of a ship and not of ships in Colin cation with Tho Voy. Tigers who were seen by them. Tho Liopo of n single survivor is of course faint but let is Etc Rishi it to the last. Great in great excitement prevails at thu present monent All through the Briti Sli Empire caused by the recent Atrue Loiis attempt by Irish ribbon Mon to Slaughter at Trilicek Ireland eight Hundred 1�?~rolestants, by putting stones and other ileum Brancs in a railway and Send nil these persons to Destin Etuin at one blow by smashing in entire railway train. At Londonderry there Una a monster meeting presided Over by the mayor nil a Liberal subscription was made As a Reward to bring the Crim iils to Justice. At Cork the in protestants met for the ammo purpose at Tuam the people of bred Strung and pertinent resolutions requiring from the government energetic and prompt measures to have the fiendish Catholic do Mons Hron Ghl to judgment we Are Happy to stale that the English authorities have offered a Reward of jc200 for Tho apprehension of thu would be murderers in presbyter inn Clergyman in Ixia in county xy., states that there arc now organized in that state Twenty anti slavery churches and that there it in increasing demand in that Region for anti slavery preacher. I arty leaders. I fashionable Church in Gotham. Tho following sketches Are exam cod from Philander Doc Sticks thus takes off one of a new work just issued from the pen of to the upper ten churches in new York or a chg. Baldwin author of the Flash of times of Alabama and Mississippi. It is a remarks Rati Hersome of Tho Cutcli goers everything looked so grandly Ginge Brendy ble work and is destined to Lake n very High hesitated about going in Idilio boy rank among works of american political in the Corner Haro loot yith a let Tom history Post of acc told us to a Hinnd culled us a did not perceive the Force of his the death of Randolph. , in Fust declining health reached Philadelphia whither he went to take passage from that port. He was too late Foi the Liv. Carpool pin act he Exi it Osco himself to the of the weather took cold which aggravated his disease and hastened its fatal termination. He was put to bed Liis Delalli Pumo logical remark but a Weru in nevertheless. Man in a White Cravat showed us n Pew floor covered with a carpet and seats covered with Daini Isk with Little stools to Kneel Down upon. _ pretty soon Nusic Organ sometimes grand and solemn hut generally fast and Lively a a a a enough for a Contra dance. B. D. Is id the bed�?111 his Lodi Ini at the City hotel. I lie i a a gig i big salary to show of the Organ which had of late years Espe a and draw a big House to commenced to Pliny Cully marked ,distinguished the old Hundred. Daniel tool suggests ancient last hours of his Lile. 1 he sudden bursts of Century at first Majestic is i should he but petulance Ichieh disease wrung from him the Virti acting kindness Ami tenderness which Dis ease to wild not wholly take from him the in the intervals of acute ill some Bril Linzil As Ever a the last gleams of Itic sinking lamp the groaning of remorse which a review of his past life at the bar of a Stern self judgment Drew from his contrite heart Llie fervid prayer the hesitating Hope the Trust qualified by self in the Saviour those Niitme he professed the concluding act Ere the curtain fell upon the inst scene of Earth when propped up by pillows he called witnesses to Liis of his will provid soon Liis left hand began to get unruly among the Bess the Light Cut up a Lew Monkey Silines in thu treble Leftt Liroi in a Large assortment of quavers right led off with a grind florins i and a few dozen variations left struggled manfully to keep up hut soon gave out dead beat and after that went Hack to first principles and hammered away religiously at old Hundred in Spile of the antics of its fellow right struck Upa Marcia marched into a Quick step quickened into a Gallop left still kept at old Hundred right put in All sorts of fantastic extras to entice the Lell from its sense of propriety Luft still unmoved right put in a few bars of popular Waltz left ing for the Freedom Anil support of his slaves i right a trikes up ii favorite pol and Tho last conscious words which tired ins j it evidently yielding right dashes into a Eye and ills sinking Fra Iii As speaking i Jjo a. A i ,-., deserts its colors and goes Iii this connection to Laid ins Skeleton Lii nid i a a Var to the enemy and both commenced an strongly upon the shoulder of ins faithful i ,,q,�pi., leaving poor old Hijii Rcd servant John and said with emphasis a yes take Earo of itself. At length with a Piv Nilly Lor this Man. And then this last Rasli a squeak a Rush a Roar a rumble and charge upon his Loiis Eineo Ofle ins mind expiring Gruini the overture concluded and wandered away to the Light and the scenes a Rico began and the friends of the Early Day and the a Multer Wiigs of the voice growing gradually fainter As he passed of into the thicker Sliadvs of the dark Valley the fluttering pulse stood still and Juhn Randolph of Roanoke was with the dead june 24, 1833, kept Ascol As i could but could not help looking round now and then to see the show. Elderly lady on my right Lery devout Gill edged prayer Book Gold covered fan feathers in her Bonnet rings on her fingers and for All i know a Bells on her antiquated gentleman in same slip preserved but somewhat wrinkled smells of Wall Street aged sixty they carried him Back to his solitary Home and buried him in death As in life ii Socia and isolated in the Forest of the soil of the Virginia he loved _ Laid the Corse of her Faill Ifill and devoted son. A Quot a Avion Ion ring Over her Glove they left Lipini to rest after the Long fever of Yonn Quot America a his troubled dream of life was Over in in Humble Imd sequestered grave beneath two stately Pines. There let him sleep on the gloom of their Shade and the melancholy sighing of thu wind Ali Rouglin their boughs Are lit emblems of the life w Hie i was breathed out ill sadness and in sorrow. Jackson. Ille unsocial by a Gold headed Eane put three Roanoke. In Vonis in the plate. Fasli Honable Little girl 1 so Well they on the left two Lluu Niees on her Pata Lelles Over her Glove looking boy four years old Patent leather boots sliding Collar gloves Eane and Cigar Case in his puppis i Young Man with adolescent Mous Tachie pumps legs a in sperm Cetti candles shirt front embroidered a la 2.40 race horse Cravat a la Julian Vest a la pumpkin pie hair a in soft soap coat tails a la Hoa Tynek which when parted discovered n View of the Crystal it May w Ell he doubled if Tho records of a g.,� a a up a rear of his Pauta Vinci edit or of modern tunes exhibit to us name More distinguished for Sublime and unfaltering courage than that of Andrew Jackson. He never seemed to Rise to hut Ever to stand level with the loftiest there was nothing in the Eliapo of danger or responsibility which he feared to braves not to meet merely but to Quot of in quest of not to in Dixie but to defy Ana to master. He was chary of his Fame. He loved applause but when did to pause in the execution of n purpose to count its Cost to his reputation did he Ever falter when the chivalry and Flower of his Early and later supporters deserted his Banner by battalion so if any Liing can Appal a politicians heart or stay his hand it is civil War. But in the Case of South Carolinia he Conley dilated that result and prepared for it with the coolness and determination of a Toni Mon place business matter. To stood Forth a Peculiar and original Man in the great Yttri bite of and executing purposes and plans from the very of which common place politicians shrink in dismay a Al one thing this great Man lacked. He hiked the crowning virtue of . Generosity towards a personal or political no Niy and ii Writy for opposing opinion were not Minilie red among the Virtues in his calender. We Are gained to be coined by truth to say trial the heroes Elia Raeter of such robust and Stalwart proportions and vital with such massive and Masei Iline strength was Iii Eoin plete. Like some Gillici Tower dimly seen by Starli Glit it be Ives the of Power Akin to the terrific and Sii Liine hut wants the mild and softening Light of this Iii sent Grace to make it Lovely to the and dear to the heart. Clay in 1850. At this juncture Henry Clay took his Seal in the Senate. 1 Lis very presence there was an event in the political history of the country. The old Light was on his lofty How and in his Eye and in his voice w Ere Tho lire Mill the spell which could yet save his country. To seemed in View of Tho Iiev work before him to Heatlie another youth. With the Wisdom of ids Ripe age to seemed to have caught from the past the vigor and the prime of his Meridian lire. There was Notri Otis enough in the country to Savo it Tinl it was a Durma it . Clay waked it up. Clay was the that poured the electric current of the people upon the politicians and the Public councils. Never before had to fully shown himself the Man Iod had made Lipini. For Lily years he had never found a rival for a whole session As an orator and Leader ill ii cd Lily but men had compared him to , and had noted How far he was in this speech or Hiil from his Hiigli water Mark of . Now he was above himself above where the i Oihi of his sweeping and surge like Veloqu Eiiseo Hail Ever gone Lic forc. As a Mere orator he left the great deeds of his youth and Middle Nguc be Lind. Bill his oratory was the least of his Elii ims to attention and gratitude. He was eloquent in Everyl Liing i slim to w Iii Eloy Neilee As if possessed by its spirit in movement in Minner in writing in speech a in Lone ii Iove All perhaps in social inner Enorse Transf rising himself into others now ill Tho closet now at the mess , now in the commit the room in the drive on the Street every w Here in every Way seeking no repose wanting none it was the fever and fanatic Ifni of soul that carried him w Ith limit one of icel before him and yet Lylial fever and fair atheism presided Over by n judgment and Tael Lylial never forsook never misled him. All know the result. All know How he passed Ali Rouglin Tho Long agony of glory and Triumph. He conquered and the Union lived. Fate ii girded him ample Justice at the lust. He had linked the most Brilliant passages it his life to the Union the not link of the Ehi in. Loo he Ali Rev around its pillar. His eloquent Lile was Shroi Iglitz to its peroration snip peroration was is in his Groat Spe Eclie most Beautiful the grandest thu must eloquent of nil ils . To could Retiro now. Why linger a a super flip oils on Tho Stager Hin sign Tremlin Linig on the verge of the horizon like n trop Ieni Sun Gorge Sun yet with n solemn and sacred is Pei to magnified even beyond his size it noon might now Dow n without a Elond or Shadow lighting lip nil the sky around with mys of marvellous glory Long after he had set. Inoris wristbands a la stove pipe hut a la wild irishman a ainu to correspond total Fleet no a a Shanghai. Art Lical Young lady extreme of fashion can to properly describe her but Here Ilia Leone Cotton paint and Whitewash slippers a la Ellsler feet a la japanese dress a la Paris slip ill a la eleven Hundred dollars parasol n la Mush Rooni ringlets u la Corkscrew arms a la Broomstick Bonnet a la bowery Gnu b Dogge 8.ays the Hoy without buttons on Liim brought it in n Tea spun fifteen minutes after she entered the House neck a la scrap of Mutton bosom a i Bare hones complexion a la Mother of Pearl Damp tool says she Bong it it at Phalone a Appo Trunco Genii evilly Humbug. Bull Dogge oilers to bet his Liat slip done to know a cabbage from a new cheese and can to Tell lie tier a Surl Iii stink is beef Chicken flesh or Lisle at length with another Onriette upon the Organ the service con Elud d. I thought from the manner of Liis last ii Eli member of Trio choir the songs of Praise would never get to heaven if he did no to give them a per sulial Hurst in the Slape of an extra yell. Lift the chair Eli wit i a confused Iden that the Only Way to attain eternal Bliss is to to Hii Reli every bunday and to give liberally to the foreign missionary . Bull Doggy tried to convince me that one half tie people present thought that fifth Avenue runs straight into heaven and that their through tickets Are insured their front seats reserved and that alien they Are obliged to leave this world they will find a Goneh and four and two Servi ints in livery ready to take them right through to thu other Side of Joii Dan. , reverentially q. R. do Sticks p. B. The Way they get a drink at men want a is thing to take a there is no ingenuity they will not perpetrate to get it where the Law says they Mii Sii t. A novel Mode supplying the wants of those who thirst after fire water is now in of in Hartford a person if a stranger is conducted by one of the knowing ones into a building in a by Street and Nufler going up stairs and Down stairs through Iii always and various winding ways finally arriving in a room on one Side of Vieli is a Small round Hole in the Wall in i Vieli is a i Viall Ili Zinb waiter Over it is in Sei Ichii a the wheel of a person wishing to try his Fortuno writes upon a by ill card and with a pith a of Money Puls it in the dumb waiter and Shirlly returns with a Glass of Otard punch or anything you May have desired. Inquire vrho keeps this place and Tho answer comes Ali Romigh Tho Little Holo ill a hoarse voice a a know Noth _ i Tho know nothings seem to have been it work in North Carolina. At a special election in Hanover county for a member of the or Peter Walker the Democrat in nominee was Tho Only Eandi Dale named until the morning of the or. Mcmilin was then Hru unlit Forward and elected by a majority of two to one. The usual democratic majority in Tho county is about 1,000. _ a Fifthe Montgomery journal of wednesday says on saturday night and sunday morning lust we were visited by a Rel resling Rii Iii is lieu Vav Liveli Timo the Vieather has been delightful Tlouga not cold enough for Frost. We have for the past few Days heard of some three or four now cases of fever but the endorsed by an old school . Edmund Burke of n. Ii., the Lender of the hard shells in that state has Couie out to the new Hampshire reporter in favor of know nothings. He concludes a Long article thus a if we have any Correct Conception of the objects and purposes of know Noti ingims they Are to Correct these evil to put an end to the perpetual of Siminig Nils to learn them to drop their respective nationalities and become american citizens to arrest Bishop Hughes in his Perspicuous and treasonable instructions to irishmen and catholics to defeat the purposes of political demagogues who Foster this foreign anti american fueling among the immigrant population in Short to effect a a very desirable and salutary a such we understand Are the objects and purposes of know nothing ism. And to the of such ends we hid it god True for Tribune although daily abusing americans fur Loving their countrymen better than any other people or any other land makes the following Confes Sion in alluding to the sneaks of the Arctic we hesitate not to affirm our belief that if tie Crew and of the Arctic had been inc Rickii they would have behaved better Blit in looking Over the list we find Ishuin chiefly born subjects of the British the people who remained with Tho women were clime he american.�. I tendency of its career is a downward to use ought to ils Iier oration and hint n mercantile pm rinse a is the rates , is in his Groat speeches Trio ally yield very readily to proper remedies. I politics is the Art of being Wise for others policy Tho Art of being Wise for ones self. _ to 7 fhe Rita runs of Alton Iii.,cleaned nut a riotous Dogger in that town a few Days since. Not even a Plank was left of the premises. Counterfeit trial in n. York has brought out some singular facts touching the Minu Farturo of Newark cider into the choicest brands of Champagne. Empty Champagne Buttles Are bought no the hotels and other places the labels Are ingeniously imitated and the whole finish Rig and packing Are in exact resemblance to the Gen Ujiie article. The effervescence is Given to the cider by forcing air into Tho bottles. The spurious Champagne is sold in great Quni Iti Tiosh to that a hotels and to dealers and the Quantity of it drank it is said greatly exceeds that of the genuine importation. men think themselves very Clever in tantalizing their wives some a possessed of feeling themselves May not understand Liow a vile word or stupid act can vex n Keener soul hut it is meet they know and Reni Einhor this Liere is no greater crime than to take n woman from her fathers Hearth where she stood in Blooming Independence to Load her with the cares of a family and then to to Ninalu on her Hopes by proving tent he is no better that he is no worthier than those who had been forgotten in her dreams mid is stud Imhee Dud As she Clung with fund Ness to his run. Children of disappointment Why do women consider their lovers the Clio West among the sons of men 1 woman a Gallant Cape. Ca not who has observed the phenomenon woman in All its phases from the Hilf dressed lady of the fashionable Salon to those wanting this conventional inc Maranee to Tho extent of the other half a found on the african coast thus sums up ids experience a a Tho heart of woman that Noble heart Burn it in the fire of Africa Steep it in the snows of Sweden Lay it in the listless Elysium of Indian trophies Cage it in the Centre of dungeons As Tho palpitating Core of that Stony Rind a the Captain was in the prison of Brest at the time having offended be Coy de in Tho matter of shipping n cargo of slaves a yet everywhere and always through my wild career it been the last sought but surest sweetest of devoted i judge Ellis a know nothing daily evening paper the proposed Organ of Tho american party in Washington it is stated will be issued on Tho 13th of november. There Are now 100,000 kegs of nails it Wheeling awaiting n Rise in the River so Liat they May be shipped. I owls amp co., of Boston announce a new paper to be called Tho anti know nothing and True american citizen. New Orleans nov. 1. Flour $8.25 Bacon sides 84 Kentucky bugging 17 n 174 molasses 194 Hie Coffee Dull it 104 rope Active 84. Business in produce is Dull in Leonae Quinco of no receipts from the Ohio. A Grythe Cleveland Leader of saturday morning slates that various sums of Money having been lost throng i the mails Between that Placo and Wheeling shrill Cross of Wheeling special mail agent undertook to ferret out the robber. Suspicion fully rested on Trio Wal Lovillo office. Eighty dollars recently mailed at that place was lbs treated. Olid Tho robbery traced to the son of Tho postmaster who was arrested and taken to Columbus. It is correctly incl time if Walls of houses once Heco Uio saturated with wet they will exude Damp for forty Yean after wards. A in yer in Bangor Maine wishing for a Omo particular reason of the court wont among the jurors and reported hint ten eases of Chu Lurn had occurred list Iorii Iii. The court qua ubi Igod to adjourn for w ant of a panel. The weight of Tho mails sent out from in Indin every evening is Between fourteen and fifteen tons. Tho Casp spors and the bags weigh twelve tons five Hundred pounds. New York nov. 3. Money stringent. Flour has again declined 124 cents loud Ohio $8.31 to $8a6 Corn Western mixed 83n83 pork and Izard unchanged. I the Man who has nothing to boast of but his illustrious on gators is like a potato Plant the Good belonging to him in under the ground. Coned Deneb in ones a crisis befalls you and the emergency requires moral courage and Noble manhood to meet it be equal to the requirements of the moment and Rise Superior to the obstacles in your path. The unite ref testimony of men whose experience exactly coincides with yours furnishes the consoling reflection that difficult is May be ended by opposition. Thuro is no Blessing equal to the Possession of a Stout heart. The magnitude of the danger needs nothing More than a greater Effort twinn Ever it your hands. If you prove Recreant in the hour of trial you Are the worst of Recreant and deserve no compassion. Be rot dismayed nor unmanned alien you should be bold and daring unflinching and Resolute. The Courtesy to following pass Ngo is from a Rural hours a by miss Cooper daughter of Tho late j. Fenn Mora Cooper. It beautifully expresses the sentiments of All women of pure feelings and Correct principles a we american women certainly a we a debt of gratitude to our for Thair kindness and consideration of us generally. Gallantry May not always take a Graceful form in this part of the world and Mere flattery May be Worth As Little Here As elsewhere but there is a glow of generous feeling towards women in the hearts of most american men which is highly honorable to them is a nation and us individuals. In no country is the Protection Given to woman a helplessness More full and free in no country is the assist inc she receives from the strongest 1 Arm so general and no where docs her weak could Whoso threatening murmurs you Hoar Corbel Ratiee con with fear and dread is pregnant with blessings and the frown whose sternness now makes you shudder and tremble will Ere Long be succeeded by a smile of bewitching sweetness and benignity. Then be Strong and Manly oppose equal forces to open difficulties keep a stiff Upmier lip and to Joist in Providence. Greatness can Only be achieved by those who Nie tried. The condition of that achievement is Confidence in ones self. Twelfth Ward give below a Small in relation to the above ii tenge which we clip from the new York Tribune the Rusli of foreigners and foreign ideas of Liberty into this country give Rise to a history that will not coalesce with that of Bancroft in his Coaler de Rose no count of tie americ Iii Devotion to that goddess. We May have had the spectacle of Church burnings but they wore the episodes of a Street fight in Lii Eli the party acting is incendiary had suffered tie loss of some of their friends killed brutally by their antagonist. But to threaten in cold blood to Burn Down a House consecrated to religious purposes is Soi netling new and that Novelty has just shown out in cinc if Tiati. With this preface Llie Tribune notices the facts of the Case and concludes thus cum mint on such a circumstance seems Imiru Sihle. In he attempt of foreigners just redeemed from bondage at Home and welcomed to Freedom and equally thus to slab Liberty seems to palsy Ordinary condemnation from its very Mon Rosity. The shr do of the very significant gesture and very Inucci employed by foreigners. The american rarely uses it indeed he does not know How. The French and Ger inns will give an answer full of meaning by this amusing motion of one shoulder. Tiow shall we translate this shrug into Engliski perhaps by noting some of its occasions. For example ask Jour foreign Friend about a person whose character or credit he considers dubious. He nothing hut gives a queer movement to his right shoulder. Ask him about the prospects of some business speculation. If his shoulder gives Tho answer he Means a Nous Terrons a or �?o1 can Tell you better question him in regard to some work of taste if his shoulder rises suddenly you May understand him to reply a think what you please i have nothing to this shoulder utterance is usually a pretty severe comment. If called upon for a general translation we should word it thus a look out for Louisville journal of tuesday says thus far the weather has been entirely too worm for packing operations. We have made diligent inquiry among our packers to give Tho Reader some idea of thu Prico it which Tho Market May open. There is a very wide Range at present in the prices offered for Cash and on Lime. The Grunt Stringency which now exists in Money mutters will probably subside As soon As River Coin Man mention is established Between Points but until this takes place Cash prices will Rule Low. Thu prevailing rates now seem to be $3 Gross along tie lines of railroads and $3.25 on time. This is about equal to $4.50 Nett. It is proper to say that sumo dealers engaged in Tiiu provision Trade Are of Puii Idun that the will open at $4.75 Nett Iii id an Advance. Gouzil Corn fed hogs will doubtless he Sci Iree while poor and still fed hogs will he hugely ill excess of any previous year and will in numbers make up thu deficit which May by caused in Weij lit. Terrible exclusion at Tho boiler of Hitchcock a Stunm flouring Mill blew up about 2 of clock on thursday. Thu top of Tho building was blown some forty Feut in thu air and Tho Wlizlo Mitru Turu was demolished. Four persons were instantly killed and five Are severely wounded some of them it is thou Glit mortally. Beveral persons were considerably bruised. If from Tho new Uri cans Delta of Tho 24th, we take an extract from a letter of n correspondent who had Boon lately wandering in Mississippi. To writes As follows from Gallatin in my travels t have kept an Eye to the crops and there is no exaggeration in the reports going Forward of the Dali Mug Dune by thu worm and rot. Yon and Muiir readers May rely upon it that very great injury has been done by Hoth and Iho yield Mutt full behind that of inst year 20 per cent. you wish to grow wealthy get married. What it costs to support one vice will support six children. Until a Yonng Man is married to is tossed about from one degree of Wicke Tiess to no Thor till his health strength and Charleter no completely burst cd of and done fur. Talk about Yoiiro Congress water and sen bathing there is nothing the lord Ever invented for the health equal to a virtuous woman. Were Young men permitted to get inn Rod a Hen they first feel a passion for Muslin and Calico one half of the predatory disease the family Are afflicted with would be annihilated and the race longer lived. The new York dutchman says that it is so dry in lows that the Steamboat people Hove to Sprinkle the Rivers to keep Tho dust from Eho aking the water wheels. Sideran Tiomi. Under Sincli in must he women ii a own fault if she be not thoroughly respected also Tho pail Iii accorded to her is favourable. It ecu gains for her to fill it in s manner worthy her own sex gratefully kindly and simply with truth and modesty of heart and life unwavering Fidelity of feeling and principle with patience cheerfulness and sweetness of temper a no unfit return to those who smooth the daily path for sir John Franklin sex it edition consisted of 138 men. The Ali Leo where their remains Are reported to have been found is in about latitude 68, and Longitude of West from Greenwich. It is nearly seven degrees of latitude South of Wellington Channel pliers the last traces of Franklin were found four years Ngo in the Graves of several of his Nion buried in 1845-16. It was through this Channel that sir John was supposed to have forced his Way North into the Polar sea. Nearly All the various expeditions fitted out have under this belief explored regions too fur the land expedition which went out in 1848 was too far West Irving followed the Mackenzie River from the same in Ike which the Black River starts from running East. Captain Austin who investigated the Region of inn Custer sound in 1850, concluded that a the missing expedition had not been to the southward and Westward of Wellington Channel. Yet it this very Lime Franklin a party were suffering the pangs of starvation Somo seven degree South of i Ancaster sound having pro Ahly been carried Down Prince regents Inlet past Lancaster sound by the ice. It is Lesii inned that four millions of dollars have been expended in fitting out Tho various sen Rehing expeditions in England and the United plates. . John , who has Mads Tho recent discovery of Tho Rumins of the lost voyageurs was engaged fur three Success ivs years in exploring Tho lands and islands North of cop Tormino River. in eur Pembor last a Box of fulminating Mercury was found buried beneath tha track of the Railroad Between Lille and tour Nal in France. The Mercury which phases Plosive Force thirty times stronger than was connected with n wire which extended a Long ways beneath Tho Sand. The apparatus was without a doubt intended by Theagene Lyof electricity to blow up and destroy a train of cars. The Styslo Register wishes to know the a Volu City of a running an sex elango answers it thus a multiply the distance Between you and the Sli Erilus office by Tho of your imprudence the quotient will be the answer in Miles. End Post the distance is 15 Miles and the diameter of your a Mii Rudescu equal to $30 a Day these multiplied show that Yeti Are going to Tho Dovil with a velocity equal to 450 Miles per it Una a Fine Tonch of native humor in certain practical jokers to Pul Down Tho sign a your House from its place before the Gro shop and set it up Over Tho graveyard. Another abolition Light gone the Philadelphia daily Register the Organ of the abolition party in Pennsylvania has recently been for want of this does not look much like thu Causa was Flouris King in the a old Kejs Tunu slate Quot for thu Regis Sci was 0110 of Trio Ablest and most Rabid journals belonging to Trio party. 0 5s in one of ids recent lectures it Cin a Innanti Theodore Parker is reported to Linva said a the value of n country depends much More upon the Elia Raeter of its men than the amount of their Money. A single Man like Socrates is Worth very Many such Slass a South Carolina that is if she Wero to out of existence to Day she would not Hove Dun As much fur Tho world is Socrates. i he consistent democrats of Alifornia Are making in Effort to prevent by taxation Tho immigration of chinese into that state. Emigration to the nine months of lilo present year 43,028 passengers renewed san Francisco Liy Tea and 16,284 departed Len Illig n net addition to the population of 26,744. this a Zniber How. Ever 13,255, or nearly okie half were chinese. Nature and following extract from the introductory lecture delivered by or. A. U. Campbell Phy Alcinn in chief to Tho Phil Delphia Hospital and almshouse is at Tho re opening of that institution to of Ned ical Atli deals fur clinical last week exp reason in opinion which is Fortu la Calely for Aii Fleming humanity gaining ground among Tho medical a Eulily Quot Natoro cures Dianse genl Ledion no a or forget it when you gel into practice and begin to or Caribo largely you will lie Gin to Overlook trial fact Slid to hunk that your Velvea and your Nie Ditlea cure. A soon so you do you begin to kill. Yon ran modify and Lead thu Rix Mediatrix Nellura but Yon cannot oppose it Willhi Iii injuring your Bevva a we ought nut to do ony Hung Roslily but ought often to Paras or wait without doing anything by Ukia May if you do the patient no Good you will at ism do him no

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